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As Steve Kerr's struggle continues, the Warriors thrive in his image

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James has vaulted himself not only onto the Mount Rushmore of National Basketball Association history, but he is also widely considered the best player of all time.

The Warriors star played a significant role in helping the franchise reach the Finals for a third straight year.

It's safe to say that the Golden State Warriors are revamped for this year's NBA Finals.

The Golden State Warriors are favorites to win the upcoming National Basketball Association finals but it appears they will have to start the best-of-seven series without their coach on the sidelines.

Personally, this all makes good fodder, but this is how we truly feel about anyone putting any stock into anything Stephen A. has to say.

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Golden State Warriors acting head coach Mike Brown will return to practice Tuesday and is feeling much better after suffering food poisoning Monday from a salad, according to The Undefeated. "I'm about a great Finals and I think it's going to be one of the best ever". It is a sign of progress from a player who has spent the past year trying to atone for contributing to Golden State's Finals collapse to the Cavaliers.

Kerr, 51, travelled with the Warriors for the final two games of the Western Conference Finals in San Antonio. However, when Game 4 rolled around, the Cavaliers managed to break out of their startlingly uncharacteristic slump by winning the game and the following three games to close out the seven-game series with a 4-3 win.

"I'm not well enough to coach a game and I know that (because) I coached all 82 games and I did OK".

Although he ruled himself out of Game 1, Kerr left the door open to returning during the rematch of the last two NBA Finals. It's tough for me to say that is the case. You saw me in the fourth quarter of Game 2. So he and the Warriors - this team he has helped craft into a juggernaut in his own image - will continue the awkward state of limbo they've both been in for several weeks now. I think the team is like 108 and 2.

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